Plus: Ice Cube plays a cop.
How much money will this summer's blockbusters make? And how will they fare against last year's record-breaking hits?
Last year, Abrams bought a 'Times' story, and now he's bought one from 'Wired.'
Plus: The Modest Mouse video that Heath Ledger directed will finally see the light of day.
My name is James T. Kirk. You killed my father. Prepare to die!
Plus: J.J. Abrams doles out some fanboy nip regarding 'Star Trek.'
Plus: Oprah now a little more powerful.
Finally, a 'Star Trek' movie that won't bore you to tears!
Plus: Mickey Rourke learns a very important lesson.
Plus: Jack Nicholson is still creepy!
Plus: Sci-Fi Network shows aren't just for kids trapped in their parents' basement, and Britney's feeling "inspired."
How paranoid are we that this paranormal series will suck? Read on — much is revealed in episode two.
We've watched the show, and we have answers -- and naturally, more questions.
Plus: Will Ferrell explains why the budget for 'Step Brothers' was so high.
Plus: Wentworth MIller on playing a jerk.
Plus: Mark Wahlberg on the wisdom of M. Night Shyamalan.
Plus: There are no camels in Tibet, but this guy will get you one, no problem.
Plus: J.J. Abrams is ready to destroy some other city for once in his new earthquake movie.
Abrams said he'd do a 'Cloverfield' sequel if he could come up with a good enough idea. So far, no luck!
Abrams is developing a movie about a family whose designer turned their $8.5 million apartment into a real-life 'National Treasure.'
Plus: J.J. Abrams to make movie about a house and Hollywood may finally have the perfect starring vehicle for McLovin.
Another spooky mystery from J.J. Abrams, this one with an overtly supernatural vibe.
How are we supposed to get excited about a J.J. Abrams product without a secret, impossible-to-understand advertising push which has absolutely nothing to do with said product?
Plus: Ewan McGregor joins 'Angels & Demons,' J.J. Abrams makes his 'Superbad,' and Christian Slater is still playing Jack.
J.J. Abrams' Manhattan-based monster drama Cloverfield earned a colossal $41 million at the box office this weekend, giving it the largest-ever January opening and Paramount's tenth-biggest debut in the studio's history.